The object of the Society is to study, highlight and promote Hellenic culture and the philhellenic wave from antiquity to the present day.

The Society will place particular emphasis on the processes that took place in the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries, which laid the foundations for the establishment of the modern Greek state. It will emphasize the importance of the Hellenic culture as one of the cornerstones of Western civilization, and will promote the continuation of its study and dissemination internationally, supporting contemporary philhellenic movements.

The Society will also promote Hellenic culture and cultural education in Greece and internationally, as well as the improvement of the understanding among peoples in the spirit of the tradition of ancient Amphictyony.

The Society will highlight the uniqueness of the Philhellenic movement arising from the global influence of the Hellenic Culture, presenting, inter alia, permanent or periodical exhibitions of objects on the evolution of the Hellenic civilization, on the impact it had internationally, on the creation of the Modern Greek state, on philhellenism, and other directly or indirectly related subjects.